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Several of the signs located at the end of the ferry terminal on Lummi Island (September 21, 2019). Photo courtesy of Jackie Granger.

Lummi Island’s iconic signs to come down after complaint

"Those signs have been a part of what makes living and visiting Lummi Island fun. They are colorful and eclectic."
Flaring event at the Phillips 66 Ferndale Refinery (September 19, 2019). Photo courtesy of Robin Woelz

Ferndale refinery’s large flare was due to power outage

"Flares are important safety devices used in refineries and petrochemical facilities."
GreenEarth Landscape Services co-owners – from left, Shawn Knight, Isaac Burrous, Jeremy Durgan and David Arnold

Ferndale landscaping company merges, becomes GreenEarth NW

"The merger enables us to provide the type of benefits, opportunities and first-class systems that great people look for in a career."
Anya Milton business portrait. Bellingham, WA. © 2019 Mark Turner

Candidate withdraws from City Council race – accepts Chamber executive position

Her opponent in the council race will now be running unopposed after a 3rd candidate was eliminated during the Primary Election last month.

Financial literacy class offered in Ferndale

The 8-week course will cover many topics geared towards building a better financial future.
Fountain Place initial site plan (September 2019).

UPDATED: 4 projects made it under Tuesday’s Catalyst Program deadline

Qualifying projects must be at least 3 stories tall, provide at least 15 residences and be new developments.
Computer rendering of the proposed floor plan for Ferndale Laundry at 5619 3rd Avenue (August 2019). Source: Ferndale Laundry

New Ferndale laundry business is in the works

A fall opening is being planned.
sunrise behind granary - credit Brian Rockwell

Traffic Alert: 3rd Avenue lane closure

It is expected that traffic on Washington Street will not be impacted.
2019 Whatcom Women in Business Professional Woman of the Year finalists Teresa Taylor (l) and Alyssa Springs (r). Photos courtesy of Teresa Taylor and Alyssa Springs

Ferndale businesswomen named finalists for Professional Woman of the Year award

5 Whatcom County professional women are finalists for the Whatcom Women in Business (WWIB) award.